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Published on September 26th, 2011 | by Brandon


>New BF3 trailer featuring…Jay-Z?


With the beta starting this week and only a month left until the full release of Battlefield 3, EA is cranking the hype machine into full gear with their latest TV advertisement. The trailer shows off more new gameplay footage and, for reasons I haven’t been able to comprehend, features the Jay-Z song, “99 Problems”.
You can check out the new trailer below:

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10 Responses to >New BF3 trailer featuring…Jay-Z?

  1. Matt Lyons says:

    >Its basically saying that battlefield 3 has quite a number of problems but, a bitch i.e cod is not one

  2. derp says:

    >jesus christ how horrifying
    why not some rock or the default bf theme

  3. Navo says:

    >This is what happens when consolololol influences good games, trooooooooololololol

  4. matiK says:

    >Less Camelface. More Hans Zimmer.

  5. DrDinero says:

    >I think I just ejaculated everywhere

  6. chad1312 says:

    >COD has Eminem.
    BF has Jay-Z.

  7. RoryGreen says:

    >Song ruined the trailer for me, it reminded me of the shitty MW2 advertising, something which battlefield should steer clear of. I love the original battlefield theme tune and I wish they would play it more often in trailers.

  8. Ross Geddes says:

    >John should do a Gay version of 99 Problems, quite frankly a Bitch isn't one. A Massive cock might be.

  9. Bizznichw says:

    >Yea….not my choice of songs that fit an amazing game/trailer!!!

  10. ChodeNation says:

    >99 problems is a great rap song. Doesn't fit with Battlefield though…



Brandon started his PC gaming days playing Doom II (IDDQD/IDKFA for life) and has been hooked on online gaming since the original Starsiege: Tribes. The way to his heart is through proper grammar, corn dogs, and cookie cake.

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